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East Nashville News: Record Store Day celebrations, a Graze birthday, Rock Out East Nashville and more

  For this week’s news we’ve got a lot going on in celebration of Record Store Day, a plant-based birthday, news from Rock Out East Nashville and more. On to it: Record Store Day spins on April 22 at The Groove, Fond Object, and Vinyl Tap Eastsiders, you can have your Record Store Day anyway you want it. East Nashville has big plans going down for the vinyl celebration... Read More

The Texas Gentleman join The Tennessee Help for Willie Nelson revue

    Photo credit: Joseph Llanes "We're like a Swiss Army knife," says producer Beau Bedford. "We love being used in any kind of helpful way." He's talking about the Texas Gentlemen, a Dallas-based collective of sidemen, singers, and ringers who’ll be joining members of Nashville-based musical co-op The Tennessee Help for tonight’s... Read More

Drink And Be Merry At The Music City Spirits And Cocktail Festival

From April 27-30, East Nashville will host the Music City Spirits And Cocktail Festival, a long weekend celebrating boutique spirits, craft mixers, innovative bar programs, and artisan bartenders. The fourth iteration of the annual festival includes four events on consecutive days, each dedicated to a cocktail favorite. There’s the “Bourbon And Bluegrass” evening of classic... Read More

Local Techies Update Pigs In The Clover

A group of entrepreneurial and tech-savvy Nashvillians are reintroducing the world to one of the historic hallmarks of handheld gaming, updating a pioneering past time, Pigs In The Clover, into a mobile app to be available in the coming weeks. “Pigs In The Clover originally launched in 1889 and sold over one million units,” David Thek, a managing partner at Arkipolygon, the... Read More

SAM OUTLAW BRINGS SOCAL COUNTRY TO NASHVILLE WITH A TENDER HEART

Southern California singer and songwriter Sam Outlaw burst upon the music scene in 2015 with his critically acclaimed debut album Angeleno. Co-produced by legendary guitarist Ry Cooder and his son Joachim Cooder, Angeleno was a showcase for what Outlaw termed "SoCal country" — a hearty mix of Bakersfield honky tonk and Southern California singer-songwriter pop. Outlaw will... Read More

East Nashville News: Adventure Tattoo opens, Dining Out For Life approaches, three giveaways and lots more

First things first— Advertisers, if you’re looking to get something into our May/June issue, there is still time. Email lisa@theeastnashvillian.com for more info. For this week's news we have free vitamins for the kiddos, new tattoos for the grown-ups, Dining Out For Life for everyone and more. On we go: Nashville CARES celebrates annual Dining Out For Life at restaurants... Read More

Shakespeare Festival Brings Richard II To Modern Audiences

From Thursday, April 13 to Sunday, April 23, the Nashville Shakespeare Festival and Lipscomb University will present Richard II at the university's Shamblin Theatre. It is an opportunity for locals to see one of Shakespeare’s lesser-known works, dealing with perennially-relevant themes like power, family, and loyalty. Focusing on a title character that must balance personal and... Read More

East Nashville News: The Weeks release new album, The Mainstay opens, Greek gods at Brainfreeze/Gifthorse and more

  The Weeks are back at it with new music, The Mainstay heats up their kitchen and more. On to this week’s East Nashville news: Eastsiders The Weeks release new album Easy, headlining Cannery Ballroom   Eastside longhairs, Nashville via Mississippi rockers The Weeks released their much-anticipated album Easy today (April 7). The new beats were recorded at... Read More

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